- v. British Alternative form of glamorize.
- v. interpret romantically
- v. make glamorous and attractive
- glamour + -ise (Wiktionary)
“It is one thing for TV executives to try to "glamourise" business for the sake of ratings, but the prime minister, even a sinking one, should know better.”
“The problem isn't the existence of these types of dramas that glamourise (or even accurately depict) the lives of a minority (less than 1%) within the African community involved in criminality," said Toyin.”
“The film is fantastic, and does not in any way glamourise terrorism.”
“Others have chosen to highlight the shortcomings of the Man From U.N.C.L.E style 70s throwback spy plotlines, that glamourise the profession as a champagne-quaffing, womanising lark- but personally I love it.”
“If ever you want to glamourise and vaunt a side dish of vegetables, or if you are looking for vegetables presented as a main course, look no further.”
“But note, we are all sexual beigns and will get a thingle, Proper education and family support is what is needed, not to glamourise teen age pregnancy, and getting married at seventeen does not make it ok.”
“I don't know how I feel about books that glamourise prostitution.”
“Feel free to do without the adornments of thyme, but a student must glamourise his or her life from time to time, however simply.”
“If you are going 'glamourise the issue and sell it in lyrical form then at least for gods sake get all the issues right.”
“Fears that football films will glamourise hooliganism | FreakyTrigger”
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